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Sport: Career Woman

Before rounding off his life with an autobiography and beginning to haggle with a publisher, many a great man waits until he nears three score and ten. Last...

SPORT: At Wimbledon

The score was 3-5 in the third set— match point for Helen Jacobs—with Mrs. Moody serving. In the stands, the capacity crowd of 19,000, many of whom had stood...

Sport: At Forest Hills

Since Helen Wills Moody was entered in the Women's National Singles Championship at Forest Hills last week, there was no doubt that she would win. It was...

Sport: Wimbledon

(See front cover) The 108th Bishop of London, the Rt. Hon., Rt. Rev. Arthur Foley Winnington Ingram, had every reason to be well pleased last week. In Town...

Sport: Wills v. Lenglen

Suzanne Lenglen, with a shaking hand, tilted to her lips a long amber glass. The touch of her hand frosted the glass, for she was very hot; only a mad woman...

Sport: Intrepid Ingenue

Intrepid Ingenue The customs men had gone through her boxes quickly and she was free to leave. Most of the other passengers from the Majestic still sat...

Sport: Thick & Thin

From the opening day of the U. S. Women's National Championship at Forest Hills last week, the experts and the small crowds tried hard to discover that pale,...

Sport: She Looms

U. S. Lawn Tennis Association officials were startled when their 17-year-old schoolgirl guest, Miss Helen Wills, of San Francisco, arrived in Manhattan looming...

Sport: Wightman Cup

Tennis is as tennis does. There was a certain amount of U. S. grumbling last week when the U. S. Wightman cup team permitted five English women, not...

Tennis: Aug. 23, 1926

Wills. Sports writers have long: referred to Mrs. Molla Bjurstedt Mallory as "the lion-hearted." They began to use this somewhat hackneyed phrase for a most...

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